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Look in the phone book (or internet) for brake rebuilders, most also do clutches. I know of a great place in San Jose, CA if you don't find a local place. Check with the semi truck repair shops, they should know a local rebuilder.
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I think that it could be them, I heard they changed names since I used them as mechanic for a glass company in the 80's, it used to be Superior Clutch and Brake near Brockow and 101.
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Right- now I remember- Superior Friction. Robin is his name, and he is an encyclopedia when it comes to clutches. He built the 11-inch diaphragm style cover, dual surface disk for the Y block in my '56, and he built a very strong kevlar faced unit for my' '90 F250. Excellent idea......
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